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Water and Environment Journal

Vol 30 (2 Issues in 2016)
Edited by: Dr John Bridgeman
Print ISSN: 1747-6585 Online ISSN: 1747-6593
Impact Factor: 0.895
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Description

Water and Environment Journal is the Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM). Publishing peer reviewed, original papers from both the research and practitioner communities, Water and Environment Journal showcases innovative and integrated approaches to all aspects of environmental management, with a global perspective. We welcome papers on a broad range of topics including all aspects of water processing and engineering, the water cycle, air pollution, waste management, and environmental conservation. The journal has a wide readership of professionals working in academia, consultancies, Governments, regulators, NGOs and the environment sector.

We are keen to attract papers on a broad range of subjects including:

  • All aspects of water and wastewater treatment, drainage, processing and engineering and the management of associated residuals

  • All aspects of the water cycle, including the management of flood risk both inland and around the coast, and water scarcity and drought, with a particular focus on integrated approaches to management which deliver multiple benefits

  • Land use management including contaminated land remediation, soils, spatial planning and modelling in both urban and rural settings, data and analytical techniques, and interactions with the water environment

  • Environmental and ecological conservation, ecosystem services measurement and valuation and natural capital accounting

  • Air quality monitoring and management including dispersion modelling, human health impacts and impacts on and interactions with the environment and climate

  • Climate Change mitigation including analysis of competing energy, food and water requirements and adaptation and resilience including management of impacts on agriculture, urban areas and infrastructure

  • Solid and hazardous waste management, minimisation, resource efficiency and the development of a circular economy

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